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  • #16
    Originally posted by ADR147 View Post
    The grand tips are now my default tip to fit if people do not express an opinion, I am currently getting about 45 good tips per box, it would be fair to say I don't get that from elks!
    Totally agree.
    A very reasonable priced tip that is far more reliable than the Elk or Blue Diamond as regards fitting and keeping shape, love em!
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    • #17
      I've actually never put one on my cue, but I retip cues often in my local area, and the feedback on the (medium) tips have been excellent. More consistent than elks, and actually haven't come across a dud tip yet, or at least haven't been told about it.

      Same price as an elk, but more likely to get a good tip, what's not to like.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Miss_Harriet View Post
        I've actually never put one on my cue, but I retip cues often in my local area, and the feedback on the (medium) tips have been excellent. More consistent than elks, and actually haven't come across a dud tip yet, or at least haven't been told about it.

        Same price as an elk, but more likely to get a good tip, what's not to like.
        Totally agree. I fit stacks of tips for customers and for the cues I sell so probably do around 20 at a time; nothing more frustrating than fitting a tip then taking it straight back off as it's not up to it.

        The Grand tips cue lovely and you can tell it's going to be decent whilst you are shaping it.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by neil taperell View Post
          Are you not fitting your own Andrew
          too expensive mate - if you are selling a cue for ?50 then fitting a ?6 tip to it is bad business practise!
          https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Shockerz View Post

            Totally agree. I fit stacks of tips for customers and for the cues I sell so probably do around 20 at a time; nothing more frustrating than fitting a tip then taking it straight back off as it's not up to it.

            The Grand tips cue lovely and you can tell it's going to be decent whilst you are shaping it.
            if you are doing tips on a budget then for me they are the best going, and I have tried them all.
            https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/adr147

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